One of the most famous films from The Lumière Brothers, who are often credited as the Fathers of All Cinema, "Le Squelette Joyeaux" (also known as "The Dancing Skeleton") is arguably the first stop-motion film but surely the best known of its time, packing in the viewers for this witty short comedy film.
Run time 45 secondsProducer LumièreProduction Company LumièreSponsor Gen XAudio/Visual silent, black and whiteLanguage None
Release Date: France 1897
Production Co: Lumière
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September 9, 2012
No bones about it
That was interesting especially since it was made
112 years ago. Just a personal; I wonder who own that suit of bones in life was as lively?